We are here to support you and provide you with the information and resrouces necessary to access abortion care in New Hampshire.

About Abortions in New Hampshire

New Hampshire allows abortions up to 24 weeks (6 months), with exceptions for fatal fetal diagnoses and the life of the pregnant person. Ultrasounds were previously required for any abortion visit, but are no longer required as of 5/23/22. Individuals under the age of 18 must notify a parent at least 48 hours prior to an abortion. Those under 18 who cannot obtain parental consent can go through the process of judicial bypass. Contact our hotline and we can help you get started.


Types of Abortion Available in New Hampshire

Medication Abortion

Medication abortion typically occurs through taking two medications – misoprostol and mifepristone. A patient can also take misoprostol alone.

In-Clinic Abortion

Also known as surgical abortion, in-clinic abortion requires the assistance of a doctor. It requires the individual to make an appointment and appear in person to be performed.

New Hampshire allows for both types of abortion.


In-Clinic Abortion Providers in New Hampshire

Equality Health Center

Concord, NH

(603) 225-2739

Joan G. Lovering Health Center

Greenland, NH

(603) 436-7588

Planned Parenthood

Manchester, NH & Keene, NH

(866) 476-1321

Medication Abortion Providers in New Hampshire

Aid Access

  • Can get pills to patients in 2-3 days 
  • Offers telehealth consultations with providers 
  • Provides pills up to 12 weeks 
  • Offers advance provision, allowing patients to access pills before pregnancy occurs
  • Costs: $150
  • Can be funded by the Reproductive Freedom Fund of New Hampshire

Abortion on Demand

  • Can get pills to patients in 2-3 days 
  • Offers telehealth consultations with providers 
  • Has a 24/7 hotline for patients 
  • Provides pills up to 8 weeks 
  • Costs: $239
  • Can be funded by the Reproductive Freedom Fund of New Hampshire

Planned Parenthood of Northern New England

  • Can be funded by the LAURA Fund
  • Some patients may be eligible for a medication abortion via telehealth services, where patients connect with providers through a secure, videoconferencing platform. Abortion via telehealth — through a secure videoconferencing platform — allows patients the option of a more private location to end a pregnancy — in a setting where they feel most comfortable — while still providing them with the necessary medical support and information. Patients will speak with a health professional at their appointment about medical information and all of their options, and have questions answered, and then come to a PPNNE health center to pick up the abortion pills. Accessing medication abortion via telehealth can reduce unnecessary trips to a health center, as well as on-site time. It can improve health equity by ensuring that people have access to the care they need in a timely manner. It can also reduce barriers that make it harder for people to get care — including securing transportation, child care, and time off work for those who do not have flexible work hours. Research has shown that providing medication abortion via telehealth is just as safe and effective as care delivered in person, and each patient is supported with 24-hour access to their health care provider for any questions or concerns they might have.
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Resources for patients using Medication Abortion

  • M + A Hotline (1-833-246-2632) – Clinician staffed hotline for those in need of support for self-managing an abortion or miscarriage. Available 8 am to 11 PM in all US time zones.
  • Plan C Pills – Comprehensive resource guide on self-managed abortion, including where to get pills from depending on the state you live in along with many other resources.
  • Reprocare Healthline (1-833-226-7821) – Provides anonymous peer-based emotional support, medical information, and referrals to people having an abortion at home with pills. 
  • All-Options (1-888-493-0092) – Offers full-spectrum free peer counseling to callers from anywhere in the US or Canada.
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Safe, Self-Managed Abortion

Self-managed abortion with pills is when a person obtains and takes pills to end their own pregnancy without interacting with the traditional American medical system. If you are planning to self-manage your abortion, please take a moment to review information from Self Managed Abortion: Safe & Supported to make sure you are self-managing safely.

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